The North Korean economy has grown at its fastest pace in 17 years, despite global sanctions over its weapons program. Analysts say the growth in state-endorsed private markets accounts for the rise.
The economic upturn in Germany is weakening, according to the country’s leading council of experts, who have lowered their outlook. Uncertainty about global economics was part of the group’s reasoning.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has taken the credit for building a working relationship with North Korea, but his critics say he is neglecting a looming economic crisis in Asia's fourth-largest economy.
Migrants from across the European Union have made a considerable contribution to economic growth in Europe's powerhouse, a fresh study by a leading German think tank reveals. But they don't always get the jobs they want.
A briefing document for Trump's last meeting with Angela Merkel, obtained by DW, underscores the White House's view of Germany. The paper focuses on Germany's demographic challenges and includes some trivial "tidbits."
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